Conservative Jason Kenney won Alberta’s provincial election early Wednesday.
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Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party won the Alberta provincial election early Wednesday. Just after 4 a.m. MT, the UCP led or had been elected in 63 of the province’s 87 ridings, with the NDP, diminished to opposition status after their single term in government.Read the Postmedia story here.Read the election reaction on social media here.What do you think? B.C.’s Premier John Horgan congratulated Kenney on his win on social media.Congratulations to UCP Leader Jason Kenney on his election by the people of Alberta. I look forward to working together in the interests of both of our provinces.— John Horgan (@jjhorgan) April 17, 2019However, there will no doubt be continued tension over the issue of oil pipelines, which Kenney said he plans to ensure are built. He said Alberta plans “to fight back” and “build those pipes.”Were you pleased to see Kenney win, or do you think it’s a step back for Alberta? Take our poll and leave your comments below.